At last a fun innovation in air-rockets.. Now you can experience the flight of rockets and helicopters in one stomp! Stomp on to the jump-on-pump and watch as the Rocket Copter takes off to the skies, powered by the displaced air from the pump. The rocket flies quickly to its maximum height, before turning around, and spinning slowly to the ground due to the copter blade attached. Rocket Copters are a great way to explore forces as part of the KS1, KS2 and KS3 science curriculum.
Each rocket has a detachable 'Copter Blade' that when deployed on the rocket, makes it spin slowly back to the ground. The solid tripod base and extra long air hose means that this is also the safest on the market.
Experiment with different angles of flight, how does this affect height, distance flown and time in the air? How is the maximum flight affected when the copter blades are attached? Instructions include explanation into rocket flight and an explanation of how the copter blade works.
- Tripod base unit, with launcher tube
- Airhose with jump-on pump
- 3 Rocket Copters with detachable copter blades
- Full instructions for use (Includes Science Museum information sheet)